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Descendants of Jellis Douw Fonda (1615-1659)

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  • ID: ind11076
  • Name: Harmen Albertse VEDDER
  • Given Name: Harmen Albertse
  • Surname: Vedder
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: in Netherlands 1
  • Note: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=amfonda&id=ind11076
  • Death: 1715 in Schenectady, Schenectady Co., NY 1
  • Note: b. Netherlands; imm. 1640; d. Schenectady, Albany Co., NY; [Harmen Albertse Vedder, the first settler, was a trader in Beverwyck before the year 1657, when he sold to Rutger Jacobsen his house and lot; This lot was on the south side of State Street, between Green and Pearl Streets, and extended back only to the Rutten kil, now arched over and used as a sewer. The price of this house and lot was 2,325 guilders. In 1660 he returned to Holland; 1661 as agent for Dirk De Wolfe, merchant of Amsterdam, he erected a salt kettle on Coney Island, which being claimed by the inhabitants of Gravesend, he brought a suit before the governor and council to make good his claim to it, and being beaten, abandoned the enterprise; 1663 leased his bouwery at Schenectady to Symon Groot for 6ys., at 500 guilders rent; 1664 Harmen Vedder, William Teller and Sander Leendertse Glen petitioned Gov. Stuyvesant to have their lands surveyed at Schenectady; 1668 being in Holland with other merchants from the province of New York, he purchased goods and chartered the ship King Charles and petitioned the king of England for permission to send the same to New York, which was granted; 1667 he lived in Albany in a house belonging to Dirk De Wolfe of Amsterdam, who, having returned to Holland, Gov. Nicolls ordered the house and lot to be confiscated; his village lot on the north side of Union Street, was the same as occupied by the late Doct. Alexander G. Fonda, 51ft. front and 404ft. deep Amsterdam measure, extending to Front Street; be purchased it of the heirs of Reinier, son of Domine Schaets of Albany, after his massacre by the French and Indians in 1690. His son Johannes occupied it after his death, which probably took place about the year 1715, for on the 3d of May that year, Arient Vedder, his brethren and sister petitioned the common council of Albany for the renewal of a release ("burnt at Schenectady when it was cut off") of a lot owned by their late father Harmen Vedder deceased, lying on the south side of the city of Albany. The following Ch. of Harmen Vedder were living in 1715: Harmanus; Arent; Albert, b, May 10, 1671; Johannes; Corset; Angenietje, wife of Jan Danielse Van Antwerpen.]; [R099] Contributions for the Genealogies of the Descendants of the First Settlers of the Patent and City of Schenectady from 1662 to 1800 >> www.fonda.org <<



    Father: _ALLIED FAMILIES_

    Marriage 1 PROVOOST
    • Married: Religious Marriage
    Children
    1. Has Children Arent Harmense VEDDER b: 1674 in Schenectady, Schenectady Co., NY

    Sources:
    1. Title: Contributions for the Genealogies of the Descendants of the First Settlers of the Patent and City of Schenectady from 1662 to 1800
      Compendium
      Publication: Albany, NY
      Publisher: J. Munsell Co.
      Publication Date: 1873
      Issue: C22
      Author: Pearson, Jonathan
      Note:
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